Unreasonable Institute Call for Applications

Applications for 2011 Institute are launched

It’s official, the Unreasonable Institute is on the search for the most brilliant, innovative, and ambitious early stage high-impact entrepreneurs in the world! Those who will be remembered by future generations as having defined progress in our time.

The second Annual Unreasonable Institute will unite 25 exceptional early-stage entrepreneurs for 8 weeks in the summer of 2011 in the beautiful, entrepreneurial city of Boulder, Colorado.  Over the course of the Institute, Unreasonable Fellows will work and live with 60 world-class mentors, pitch their ventures to investors in five entrepreneurial meccas across the United States, learn from premier consulting organizations, and gain unprecedented levels of international exposure.

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If you are confident that you are amongst the world’s most promising entrepreneurs and that your venture will be globally significant, click here to apply! Applications close November 10th, 2010.

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One comment

  1. This is very very late, but I wanted to write and genuinely thank you for posting this! It really means a lot to us and it helped us to attracted applications! We are deeply grateful!

    If you're interested in checking out how our 2011 Institute turned out, check out our online film series called Unreasonable TV at http://unreasonable.tv/.

    With gratitude,

    Teju Ravilochan
    Unreasonable Institute
    VP Partnerships and Communication